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THE STRUCTURE OF STONEHENGE
THE TECHNIQUES OF CONSTRUC
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admittedly already Altar Stone appears archaeological archaeologists Aubrey Holes Avebury Avenue axis bank barrows Beaker cultures bluestone circle Britain builders burials carvings causeway centre century chalk rubble Colonel Hawley dagger deliberate ditch dolerite double circle dressed bluestones dressed to shape Druids earlier earthwork entrance erection evidence excavations existence face of stone fact filling flint fragments ground Heel Stone henge monuments horseshoe IIIa J. F. S. Stone known later layer least less lintels midsummer sunrise miles mortices natural O. G. S. Crawford original outer face Pembrokeshire period phase Plate position post-holes pottery prehistoric Prescelly probably ramp remains rollers route sarsen circle sarsen stones sarsen structure sarsen trilithons Secondary Neolithic seen setting side significance silting Slaughter Stone sledge Station Stones stone 56 stone circles stone-holes suggests surface surviving tenon timber tion tooling trilithons uprights visitor Wessex culture width William Stukeley Windmill Hill culture wooden